Spalding beats No. 5 Mt. Hebron

McGehrin's goal in 2nd OT provides boys soccer win, 2-1

McDonogh rolls, 3-0

Fall sports

High Schools

September 16, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Archbishop Spalding rallied for a late, tying goal yesterday against No. 5 Mount Hebron in boys soccer - and didn't stop there.

Senior forward Kevin McGehrin's goal with three minutes remaining in the second overtime gave the host Cavaliers a 2-1 upset victory.

Senior midfielder Mike O'Connell's goal with seven minutes remaining in regulation evened the score, setting the stage for McGehrin's game-winner in overtime.

O'Connell also had the assist on the winning goal.

Mount Hebron (3-1) controlled play against Spalding (4-2, 1-2 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) for most of regulation and went ahead 1-0 in the 55th minute when Garnett Nickles scored off an assist from Justin Martinelli.

But the Vikings (3-1) were unable to finish any other scoring chances.

"We don't do anything easy," said Spalding coach Ed Kestler, whose team dominated much of the extra time.

Spalding freshman goalkeeper Kyle McGehrin finished with eight saves.

- Glenn P. Graham

No. 1 McDonogh 3, Loch Raven 0: Jon Ports had a goal and an assist as the host Eagles (4-2-1) shut out the Raiders (2-1).

No. 15 Perry Hall 2, No. 4 Loyola 1: Chris Bock assisted on the first goal and scored what proved to be the game-winner in the 32nd minute as the host Gators (3-1) upset the Dons (5-1-2).

Andrew Gillis gave Perry Hall a 1-0 lead 11 minutes into the first half. Tim Dubyoski scored in the 57th minute for Loyola.

No. 5 Old Mill 3, Annapolis 1: Derek Harris scored twice and Andrew Engel assisted on all three goals for the host Patriots (4-0) against the Panthers (0-3).

No. 12 Severna Park 1, South River 0: Taylor Young's goal two minutes into play held up for the host Falcons (2-2) against the Seahawks. Severna Park goalkeeper Kyle Quigley made 10 saves, one more than South River's David Balz.

Girls soccer

No. 6 Severna Park 1, No. 14 South River 1: Sarah Pfundstein's goal for the Seahawks (1-2-1, 1-0-1 Anne Arundel County) in the 71st minute offset Emily Zido's score in the 61st minute for the host Falcons.

"It was 100 minutes of solid soccer - what you'd expect from the two best teams in Anne Arundel County," said South River coach Mike Aman.

Field hockey

North Harford 3, No. 9 Dulaney 2: Katie Caprinolo scored two goals, including the game-winner on a corner with three minutes left in overtime as the Hawks (3-1) upset the host Lions (1-1).

Dulaney's Anne-Marie Biser sent the game into overtime, tying the score at 2 with five minutes left in regulation.

No. 14 C. Milton Wright 3, Catonsville 2: Erin Flaherty scored twice as the host Mustangs (4-0-1) beat the Comets.

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